Did I mention they have a Dunkin Donuts in Antigua? I saw a little boy carrying a donut box with the DD logo on it yesterday on the way to my last Spanish class. I chased him down the street, wrestled him to the ground, grabbed the box and refused to give it back until he told me where the Dunkin Donuts was. Just kidding! But I did see a little boy with a DD box so I googled the locale and sure enough, it was right down the street! After class I headed to the main square and after passing a Wendy's, a McDonalds and a Burger King, there it was! Ta da! I can live here...
Actually the coffee from Guatemala is amazing just because it is from Guatemala. I bought a bag for myself the first day but because I have been going every morning to the volunteers house and drinking a cup of their coffee, I hadn't opened it. Today I learned what "Cafe en Grano" means. It means you have beans. It means you need a grinder. And no, I have no clue where to find a grinder. That will be my task for this weekend.
Antigua! Such a pretty city. I walked to the main square after class yesterday and sat, drinking my DD coffee, while I people watched. Afterwards I checked out the Cathedral de Santiago, which was closed, and then strolled around back where I found a museum where you can visit the ruins for 8 quetzals (1 USD).
Okay enough on that. Off to study Spanish. Other volunteers are arriving today!